The state of Wyoming, abbreviated as WY, has a population of 509,294 according to the 2005 census. It covers 97,818 square miles, making it the 10th largest state in the country. Wyoming is also the least populous state in the U.S. Wyoming is located in the northwest portion of the United States with neighboring states of Colorado, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota, Utah, and Idaho. A large number of animals roam the state of Wyoming, including elk, bears, buffalos, antelope and cattle. In fact, the antelope alone have the people that live in the state easily outnumbered.
Cheyenne - [visit site], the state capital of Wyoming, boasts the biggest outdoor rodeo in the world at its nine-day event, Cheyenne Frontier Days. Cheyenne is also the largest city in Wyoming.
Other major cities include:
- Casper - [visit site] - Casper: the middle of it all...
- Cody - [visit site] - Famous for its proximity to spectacular scenery and exciting history
- Jackson - [visit site] - Near three National Parks and Forests including Yellowstone
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